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'll start off very close to 50 degrees. fremont, 47. in the city, we'll drop down to 50 in fairfield. napa also in the upper 40's. more sunshine tomorrow. taking you down to san leandro. sunshine, 76. that's a five-degree improvement on today. we will add five degrees more on monday. sunny and warm with a high of 81 degrees. you'll likely be in the 80's both monday and tuesday. it's all about high pressure, which is often the case this time of year. but it's not just that we have high pressure keeping us dry. it's where the center of high pressure is located. that determines our winds. as you know, that determines if we're going to have the onshore flow or not. there can be a big swing simply by changing the wind direction. tomorrow, high pressure getting closer, but it's not in a perfect place yet to give us the offshore wind. so a light westerly component to the wind will keep you on the coastline and also you close to the bay a little lower than everyone else, because you're still getting that ocean influence. that changes on monday. we'll have the east wind, the offshore wind. monday a
today. beautiful day for the wine country 77 at napa. novato 75 degrees. 65 at bodega bay. and 64 in daly city. now, the all-important extended forecast, high pressure builds, temperatures warm up into the low to mid-80s with temperatures going into the mid- 80s by the middle of the week and once they get there, they stay there. lawrence, by the way, is off today because it's his birthday! but right now, we look ahead to earth day with mobile weather lab, kpix 5's roberta gonzales is live at city college with some spring cleaning. hey, roberta. >> reporter: very nice connection there with earth day and birthday, brian. hello, everybody! th kp weat e been on the move t's go aheke at the r rrure atat 63. the wind daly jumps up 10 -- occasionally jumps up to 10 miles per hour with a little chill in the air but nonetheless nothing but a sun- splashed sky here at san francisco community college where we are celebrating earth day here today with dominic [ indiscernible ] >> very good. >> reporter: you're with green course? >> yes. i have been copresident of the sustainable hub, the gr
. and the temperatures, a little chilly in areas. 39 degrees in napa. 40s elsewhere around the bay area. still going to see gusty wins through the delta and central valley and the coast. temperatures in 50s and 60s. warmer temperatures the next few days. ♪ >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose. norah o'donnell is in boston covering the aftermath of yesterday's bombing. coming up in this half hour we'll ask former new york city mayor rudy giuliani how to prevent these attacks and how to respond when they happen and the people of boston responded by opening their homes and hearts to the victims. we'll show you some of these acts of kindness this morning. right now we go back to norah o'donnell in boston. >> that's right, charlie. there are many incredible acts of kindness that happened in the aftermath and just even talking to many of the people as we were setting up this morning you see some of the people who ran the marathon yesterday coming out to see what's going on. a lot to tell you about this morning. also, we should update you that authorities are loo
for the next seven days. zero fog at the coast and golden gate. hayward 72 today. napa 72. concord and gilroy 71. san jose almost to 70. downtown san francisco up 5 degrees up to 65. nothing coming down from the sky. kpix 5 hi-def doppler is dry. there's a good reason for it because there's a really big area of high pressure building in. the difference between high pressure to our west and low pressure to our east has caused the wind but now as low pressure moves away that pressure gradient difference will get narrow and there will be a breeze tomorrow. that's it. wind not a problem after this evening. that high pressure dome is getting closer to us now and getting stronger going to expand its influence. what that means for you? more sunshine, less wind, much warmer temperatures. an offshore wind will begin tomorrow. it's going to stick around for 7 to 10 straight days. each day warm, each day sunny, each day with zero fog. and until i see something moving in this pattern we'll keep calling for mild weather. i don't see it changing for a while. tomorrow livermore 77 no wind. san jose 77, no w
at antioch. 82 brentwood. 81 degrees at napa. 81 dublin, 82 pleasanton. bodega bay and stinson beach might have clouds but still pleasant mid-70s for the north bay. in the look ahead, we are still keeping it warm through next week when we get a little bit of a warming trend there on monday. and in the latter half of the week, we will keep it in the mid- to upper 80s inland. right around the bay, we'll be in the mid-70s. and along the shoreline, nice and moderate. so in april, it looks a heck of a lot like july. >> doesn't it? >> we like that. >> beautiful. >> very good. >> thank you, brian. >>> 5:21 now. pg&e is beefing up security at its substations around the bay after a facility was sabotaged. heavily armed police are guarding the newark substation right now. investigators say someone cut the fiberoptic cables and used a rifle to shootout five transformers at the metcalf substation. pg&e says extra security is a precaution. >>> 5:21. coming up, the sharks go wild at the tank last night and we'll continue to follow breaking news out of watertown, massachusetts, all public transit includ
chilly. 43 santa rosa, 45 napa, 53 oakland. we'll recover to the low 80s inland today even as we continue in 60s along the shoreline but we'll be warming it up into the mid-80s midweek. "cbs this morning" will continue after a break. ,, ,,,,,, ♪ >> good morning. this is a special edition of "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose with gale king and scott pelley. breaking news from brochoston. >> here is what we know at this hour. one suspect in monday's marathon bombing killed overnight. police searching for the other in watertown, massachusetts, right now. west of boston. hundreds of thousands of people in neighboring cities and towns are being asked to stay behind closed doors. all trains, buses and taxis in the boston area have been taken out of service. authorities now say suspectswer from
degrees in vallejo, 68 napa, 65 in livermore. only 54 where it's calm into concord right now and 47 and patchy fog along the coast. today we begin some slow cooling outside. yesterday we topped out in the upper 80s even low 90s. today it will be cooler outside. still some mid-80s possible inland but we have patchy fog along the coast a sign of coomber weathe way. we'lveon that -- cooler weather on the way. we'll have more on that in a moment. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we are beginning to see a little bunching up in some of the westbound lanes because of a hit-and-run, sounds like a smaller fender-bender. it is out of lanes but it's westbound 580 right before 680 and as you can see, traffic is stacking up a bit behind it. slight delays through pleasanton. the bay bridge, they just turned the metering lights on this morning at 5:58. so that's why we are starting to see delays in the cash and fastrak lanes and it looks like probably about a 10-minute wait there. here's a live look at the nimitz, 880 in oakland where things are quiet. westbound 4 slow
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